Arent Weevers: Ecce Homo

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Copyright/Artist © Arent Weevers, The Netherlands
Year of production: 2015
Time: 2’41”, loop
Medium: 3D holographic video installation with sound
Preview: http://www.arentweevers.com/portfolio/ecce-homo/
Technique/Material: 3D holographic system, monitor, brightsign player, small amplifier and two speakers, wood black-cube
Medium: Mixed Digital and physical
Exclusive: No
Edition: 2/5  + 2 AP. One edition offered at UNPAINTED artstore
Size: Black cube: 35 x 35 x 40 cm;  Iron stand: 133 x 35 x 35 cm
Weight: 10 kg

Equipment worth €  3.000,- included

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Delivery time / Framed
 / by Artist physical: 40 days

Exhibited at (selection):

  • 3D Moving Images Festival, Deventer | The Netherlands – September 2017
  • 3D Festival BEYOND, ZKM | Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe | Germany,
    September 28-October 2, 2016
  • LOOP, Barcelona | Spain – May-June 2016
  • UNPAINTED Media Art Fair lab 3.0, Munich | Germany – February 2016

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This multimedia sculture is an artwork by digital artist Arent Weevers.

The title ‘Ecce Homo’ (‘Behold the Man’) refers to the biblical story of John. In this 3D holographic video installation, the passage from the Passion of Jesus is given a contemporary touch. Without the crown of thorns and the purple robe, not an innocent young man but a naked little boy in all his pain and sorrow is shown to the ‘world’, floating upside down. “The screen is out of the ordinary – and Arent Weevers’ work Ecce Homo is out of the ordinary. It shows a naked boy who moves headlong with outstretched arms, weightless in the sphere, although actually he is navigating through a cubic box. In reality, the space is empty. Nevertheless, the typical 3-D technology used by Weevers causes the perception of a seemingly living sculpture – which proves, however, to be an illusion the next moment.“

Words from Annette Doms, Art Historian, Digital Media Evangelist, Lecturer Urstein Institut Salzburg, Co-founder & Artistic Director of UNPAINTED, CEO of ICAA, Founder of ARTWARD.

Music: David Dramm

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